Ontario Legislature building.
Queen's Park is an oasis of green in Toronto's downtown. The dominant building in the park is the Ontario provincial legislature. Note the round feature on the left turret. It was originally intended for a clock, but they never got around to installing one.
The statue of Queen Victoria is one of several statues in Queen's Park.
Looking south to University Avenue.
The Equestrian Statue of King Edward VII on his horse Kildare was moved here from India in May 1969.